'NoResult' error when trying to upgrade IOS through Software Management
I've recently run into a problem where I try to upgrade the IOS on my 3750 switches through Software Management, but after I select the switch(es) to upgrade, the screen that usually brings up the 'recommended' IOS to upgrade to (from the repository), just says 'NoResult'.
I have the proper images in the repository, the current one (c3750-ipbase-mz.122-25.SEE1.b
in), and two newer versions to upgrade to (c3750-ipbase-mz.122-25.SEE3.b
in and c3750-ipbase-mz.122-37.SE1.bi
n). Neither of these are showing up.
I have had no issues with 2950, 3500, and 3550 switches, just the 3750's.
When I click the link labelled 'NoResult' on the far-right side of the screen, it gives me this error:
"SWIM1032: Images obtained for Recommendation do not meet the hardware and software requirements of the selected device.
Either the Candidate Images were filtered based on the selected Admin Preferences or they did not meet the Flash/RAM/BootROM needed to run on the device.
Check the Admin Preference or add more images to software repository and retry the operation."
I checked the RAM requirements of the current IOS running on the switches, and it's the same as the new ones. So why is this error coming up?
Under Admin->Software Mgmt-> View/Edit preferences I have all 5 recommendation options checked off. Is this the area that the error is referring to? It's pretty vague..
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